Easter Island, would reopen for tourism in April 2021
Easter Island, located in Chilean Polynesia, is considered the most isolated place in the world.
They will require, from now on and without exception, the vaccination card of all visitors.
A mysterious halo surrounds this island that has more than 1000 moai, giant stone heads that rise from the earth and maximum exponents of the ancestral culture of the Rapanui, an ethnic group that originally inhabited this land. These first inhabitants arrived sailing from Tahití in the XIX century. The discovery of the moai led to numerous unsolved hypotheses. Recent archaeological works confirmed that, under the heads and torsos of these stone giants, their bodies were buried in the earth.
This is our proposal to know this island with volcanos, prairies and beaches of pink sand.
Easter Island, in Chile, will receive, starting this week, doses of the vaccine against covid-19, which would make possible, in the near future, to reopen the destination for tourists.
It should be noted that, according to the 98th Epidemiological Report, Rapa Nui registers zero current cases, zero incidence rate, zero active cases and zero asset incidence rate.
According to the mayor of Rapa Nui, Pedro Edmunds, the island could return to receive flights starting in April.
The mayor also said that, to be able to enter the island, they are going to establish like permanent protocol that the tourists present the vaccination certificate and that the inoculation would have to be made, at least, 45 days before the visit.